Special edition of Ben Watson's long-running weekly radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch occasioned by the publication of FRACK THE DEUTONOMERY, a pamphlet of extreme verbiage by Ken Fox and Michael Tencer mailed to the presenter from Saskatoon, Canada and arriving the day before the broadcast: "Aha," said Lunch brightly, "Here's my script!". And so it was. The tempo is set by a long track by Decision Dream, a critique of virtual music initiated by bassist Jair-Rohm Parker Wells in 2004 (he invited drummer Tony Bianco and guitarist Magnus Alexanderson to play with him in a disused bath house in East London); in fact there are **two** tracks from Decision Dream's **Steamroom Variations** (Red Toucan, 2005) on this show. OTL reads FRACK THE DEUTERONOMY (managing to sound like Jeremy ("Nowhere Man") from **Yellow-Submarine** dialoguing with the late lamented Gamma) and, then, worrying about some "off radio limits" verbal signifiers therein, segues Frank Zappa's "The Crab-Grass Baby" to "Erora" by the Lijadu Sisters, showing that Zappa's research into the musical failings of American whitebread pop went deep indeed. The graphic poem was a mysterious West-Coast-of-Ireland item named "Sea Witch Came", enlivened by in-studio live-piano response to the canned-guitar of James Wilson's "Fuck Off Back To Hampstead #13". "Ahhhh," quothed Lunch (tongue slurred through abuse of absinthe), "I do so love the Internet Archive; I can read unhindered by anxiety about the expletives I am using!".